PART I : MORN.
I. His Birth and Early Education 2
II. Vocation and Trials 13
PART II : NOON.
III. He Studies at Cologne, and Paris: His Bachelorship and Priesthood 23
IV. He Graduates as Doctor 39
V. First Period of His Writings : His System and Method of Study 45
PART III: EVENING.
VI. Second Period of His Writings 62
VII. His Heroic Sanctity 76
VIII. Third Period of His Writings : His Death 90
PART IV: THE NIGHT OF REST.
IX. His Miracles, and Canonization 103
X. Translations of His Relics 111
Epilogue. Commendations of His Doctrine 113
Concise Bibliography 118
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
"Divus Thomas Qurm Discipulus a vivo Expressit" Frontispiece
From a Portrait now in Collegio Angellico, Rome, by unknown artist, almost contemporary.
"St. Thomas as Justice." Roof-medallion from Orcagna's "Triumph of St. Thomas" in the Strotzi Chapel, Church of Sta Maria Novella, Florence To face p. 20
From a Photograph by Alinari. St. Thomas Aquinas. Lunette Fresco in Cloister of San Marco, Florence, by Fra Angelico da Fiesoll 76
From a Photograph by Alinari. Altar-piece by Guercino, in the Chapel of St Thomas Aquinas, Church of St. Dominic, Bologna 102
From a Photograph by Alinari. Body of St. Thomas Aquinas (in chasse above Altar) removed from Dominican Church at the Revolution to the Chapel of the Holy Ghost, Church of St. Sernin, Toulouse 112
From a Photograph.